The Australian Institute of Health (AIH) trains individuals to become colon therapists in the Brunelle method (closed system) of colon hydrotherapy.
The course is by correspondence, and is self-paced. There are six correspondence modules, plus a two-week practical module at Taringa Health Centre on the Gold Coast.
As a student, you will receive colonics, and will give colonics to clientele. All clinical operations from reception to treatments and hygiene are carried out under the complete and constant supervision of AIH Principal Director and colon hydrotherapy pioneer John Bruniges. The 120 hours practical module integrates all of your theoretical learning, including the practical application of your iris diagnosis module. You will also receive expert advice on how to set up your own colon therapy clinic.
Go to www.australianhealth.com to learn more about our courses, or you may phone A/H at (07) 5574 0399.
When embarking on a career as a Colon Hydrotherapist, you should choose a training course that achieves high standards of competencies.
AIH has been conducting training courses since 2000. Upon finishing the course, you are eligible to join the Australian Colon Health Association (ACHA), which has been in operation since 2001. If you would like more information about ACHA, go to www.colonhealthassociation.com